Bolivar Migration Bash Saturday, April 18th

Join this exciting workshop to the best places the diverse Bolivar Peninsula has to offer. We will scour different habitats for as many species as possible. This workshop will focus on migrants and their habitats in general, ranging from shorebirds, terns, gull, and early warblers. Among passerines specific targets will include Louisiana Waterthrush, Swainson’s Warbler, Cerulean Warbler and Worm-eating Warbler plus a variety of orioles, grosbeaks, and tanagers (of course migration is dependent on weather). Shorebirds and terns will be diverse with up to 30 species possible. We will take our time and work through challenging “peeps”,. confusing terns, and tricky gulls. While looking for migrant songbirds we will discuss and practice how to sort them out by call and behavior. This will be a really exciting trip with a diverse set of species and learning opportunities!

Date and Time: Saturday April 18th start 6:30 am until early evening (all day)

Cost: $85 per person (includes transportation and all guiding)

What to bring: sunscreen, bug spray, plenty of water, field lunch, field guides, notebook, and camera

Contact: Stephan Lorenz slorenz@mail.com (limited to 5 participants)

CMWA

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Orion Weldon on April 13, 2015 at 11:16 am

    Good luck with this! I hope you are flooded with bookings.

    -O

    Reply

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